Dozens of Exotic Cars Run on Idaho Highway with No Speed Limit
Sun Valley Tour De Force gathers exotic car owners in small Idaho town for fantastic show and high-speed opportunity of a lifetime.
Drivers Given Green Light to Speed
Pushed to the limit by Bugatti professional driver Butch Leitzinger, the car broke all previously recorded speeds at Phantom Hill, reaching a top speed of 253.01 mph.
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Nuts and Bolts: Sun Valley Tour de Force takes over Idaho 75
The Sun Valley Tour de Force is a slow way to go really fast.
Pinewood Derby to Accompany Tonight’s Car Show
The inaugural Big Wood Derby will be among the highlights of the Sun Valley Tour de Force this weekend in Sun Valley.
Sun Valley Tour de Force Hosts 2nd Annual Tour de Force
Now in its second year, the annual Sun Valley Tour de Force is a unique event where car aficionados old and new alike can get up close and personal with amazing cars, high-speed runs, and other fun activities over the course of three days.
“Since we at The Drive are suckers for any chance to see fast cars hauling ass, we were more than happy to book a trip out to Idaho for a chance to see the assembly of Porsches, Ferraris, Corvettes, and even more exotic sheetmetal (hello, Singer Vehicle Design) try and see how high a speed each of them could achieve when given legal carte blanche and a tank full of racing fuel.”
“Imagine you are stopped by a policeman in your sports car on a smallish, two-lane back road just outside of Sun Valley, Idaho. Rather than scold you, though, the officer smiles and gives a ‘thumbs up.’ You respond by lighting up the tires and screaming up a hill into a wide left-hander at 140mph, cresting at 170, then plummeting back down the hill through a speed trap at over 200 mph.”